13 work-from-home jobs that don’t require a 4-year degree


If you want to work from home, you don’t necessarily need a bachelor’s degree to land a new job!

The experts at Remote.co say that while a college education certainly won’t hurt, employers often give weight to other qualifications like work experience, specialized skills and non-degree certifications.

Employers in professions including IT, design, sales, marketing and health care often post openings for people who don’t need to have a college degree to qualify for the job.

Read on to learn about more than a dozen fully remote positions that you can get without a 4-year degree…

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Work from home: 13 remote jobs that don’t require a bachelor’s degree 

Associate Campaign Director

  • Job description: An instinct for spotting “breakout campaigns” and two to five years in advocacy, communications, or a related campaign field are top requirements.
  • Average salary: $53,181

Business Transcriptionist

  • Job description: Candidates with a proven track record of professional transcription skills who can meet a 99% accuracy rate will qualify for this remote position.
  • Average salary: $34,507

Content Project Manager

  • Job description: The successful candidate for this remote position will have at least five years of experience as a project manager and top-notch communication skills.
  • Average salary: $56,232

Customer Account Specialist

  • Job description: The customer account specialist will help customers via inbound calls or chat, identify client needs, achieve upselling goals, and diagnose and resolve technical hardware and software issues.
  • Average salary: $43,085

Full Stack Web Developer

  • Job description: Solid programming skills and at least three years of experience are top priorities for this work-from-home job.
  • Average salary: $58,201

HTML/CSS Specialist

  • Job description: The “must-haves” for this full-time remote job include experience in UX technologies, great communication skills, and past remote work experience.
  • Average salary: $49,864

Inside Sales/Account Executive

  • Job description: The employer emphasizes three to five years in a related field, a persuasive personality, and a desire to succeed in sales for this remote opportunity.
  • Average salary: $50,978

Marketing Communications Designer

  • Job description: A minimum of four years working in internal marketing organizations or ad agencies is a top requirement to qualify for this fast-paced remote job.
  • Average salary: $50,444

Onboarding Concierge

  • Job description: Using 1+ years of experience in a front line customer service role, the onboarding concierge will provide support and direction during the onboarding process for new hires.
  • Average salary: $37,436


  • Job description: As a podcaster, you’ll need up-to-date, reliable audio and video recording equipment and experience in any number of fields like technology, entrepreneurship, and online marketing.
  • Average salary: $43,702

Sales Development Representative

  • Job description: The sales development rep will qualify and distribute monthly inbound sales leads, track an inbound web forms queue, and re-engage lapsed leads. Position requires an entry-level understanding of financial markets.
  • Average salary: $42,986

Senior Website Developer

  • Job description: To qualify for this remote position, you’ll need a portfolio demonstrating your prior work and experience with a variety of programming technologies.
  • Average salary: $86,555

Walk Manager

  • Job description: At a minimum, you’ll need five to seven years of nonprofit work experience, proven ability to meet revenue targets, and demonstrated communications skills to perform this remote branding/marketing job.
  • Average salary: $53,993

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